If you are a high-performing team player that thrive on operational excellence, this job is certainly for you! We know, it sounds like a total cliché, but please, bear with us….
At Burt your task will be to develop deep and long lasting relationships with blue-chip online advertisers and publishers, helping them grow and improve their online business.
We’re looking for talented business development managers to quickly identify new opportunities, effectively pitch our products and demonstrate results. We know – not always an easy task, in an ever changing competitive market. But we’ll provide you with the team and support to make it happen!
New markets, more clients, tremendous ideas and all the big ambitions we have, take great minds to take on! A flow of new energy and forces is therefore a very welcome process.
Joel is not really that new of a face since he’s been around the office for the last couple of months working on his Master thesis and is now just switching a workplace and joining the Engineering team. We wouldn’t want to miss a talent like that, after doing a great job with his thesis work focusing on algorithms and machine learning (more on that in a coming separate post from Joel himself). According to a very accurate(!) personality test he could’ve been described by the character of Sheldon of the Big Bang Theory. How cool is that! Apart from the fact that he’s grown up on an island north of Gothenburg and is a snowboarder - doubt Sheldon likes that(!) - they are just identical.
Just got a friendly email reminder from Stefan pointing out we have a lot of jobs announcements left on the blog that have already been taken.
BUT we’d like to point out we’re always happy to meet amazing talents that find what we do interesting. So, you find some of previous openings challenging our just love what we do and see yourselves as a potential member of the Burt Team?
Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or come by our office if in Gothenburg or Stockholm.
Master thesis work for two students - 30 hec
The thesis work objective is to develop a statistical model capable of identifying a unique web browser between repeated sessions without storing any information at the client side such as tracking cookies.
If you are a high-performing team player that thrive on operational excellence, this job is certainly for you! At Burt you’ll develop deep and long lasting relationships with blue-chip online advertisers and publishers, helping them grow and improve their online business.
Burt is looking for talented business development managers to quickly identify new opportunities, effectively pitch our technology solutions in an ever changing competitive market and demonstrate results. An ideal candidate, is experienced in building relationships in large enterprises at senior and C-level, will focus on building meaningful long-term relations instead of ”selling”, have a knack for understanding complex eco-systems, and just maybe has Dale Carnegie’s famous book always on their nightstand.
We’re recruiting a Key Account Manager for our ever growing portfolio of online publisher, advertiser and agency clients. It is a uniquely varied role, requiring management of customer relations, sales, account management, expertise support as well as educating customers. The Key Account Manager own the long-term relationship with our clients, and are motivated by providing business solutions and creative solutions to specific customer needs.
Burt is looking for passionate sales engineers. An ideal candidate can’t really decide if business development or solving engineering problems is more fun. However, they have always found the most satisfaction from the joy of providing customers with what they want, and often a little bit more.
As a Sales Engineer, you’ll work directly with our sales team to help on-board new customers. You’ll interview customers to see how Burt’s products can be quickly and easily integrated with the systems they’re using. As a person, you’ve developed an ability to juggle a lot at once, without ever dropping a ball. You enjoy people and managing their, often quirky, expectations. And you’re constantly improving upon all these skills to deliver stellar results. In your career, you’ve often made friends on a personal level with customers you’ve met in the past.
One of the main challenges offered is an opportunity to help build one of the great technology companies of the future. Up to the challenge?
A man walks into a bar, and asks the bartender for a drink of water. The bartender pulls out a gun, points it at the man, and cocks it. The man says “Thank you” and leaves. What happened?
Do you ask the questions no one else thought of asking? Are you able to quickly dissect a problem into new unforeseen solutions? Does your solution to the above problem include multiple dimensions, classical music and secret conspiracies?
Burt is a company working with revolutionary ways of measuring how and why online display advertising works (or doesn’t). We are currently looking for someone who will share our goal of making the Internet a better place by providing actionable insights to our customers: advertisers, agencies and publishers.
We are looking for developers who enjoy the megalomanic pleasure that comes with deploying code to a big server cluster. You will work with our platform team building the systems that collect, crunch and serve the data that is the bread and butter of Burt’s products. Experience and knowledge of distributed, fault tolerant, concurrent systems is key. You think that Netflix’ Chaos Monkey is the best idea ever.
This position is full-time and based in our main office in Gothenburg, Sweden(*).
Burt is looking to extend it’s Operations team with a Operations/Scalability Engineer.
Just as us, you’re heavily influenced by the DevOps movement. Your primary tools for operations is your ability to code and automate your server setups. You have experience from running large scale, high availability, low latency systems, preferably in a cloud environment. You also have to ability to analyze scalability issues using your own programming skill set, system profilers and/or load testing tools. Once you’ve done that you’ll often dive right in there and improve the code yourself. You’ve got the ability to say “No.” to both customers and our CTO in a way that they’ll both love you instead of secretly hate you.